LITTLE ROCK, AR - To fill the shelves with the hundreds of pastries Rosalia's Bakery produces every day, bakers have to show up as early as 3:00am - and it's a good thing they were on time, Wednesday.
"We got these guys off the street and they're going to stay locked up for a long time," said Lt. Terry Hastings with the Little Rock Police Department.
Police arrested Michael Gray, Vincent Anderson, Carleton Scott and one 17-year-old charging them with a slew of burglary counts after they say the bakers caught the men in the act.
"I think they come to the wrong place at the wrong time," said Rosalia's owner, Rosalia Monroe.
Now police want to know if the four can be linked to as many as 30 other burglaries in the area including Sunday's Shell Station break-in in the Heights where workers tell Fox16 all the burglars stole was a few packs of cigarettes.
"That's why they were having to do so many burglaries because they were not getting much out of the burglaries that they were doing," said Lt. Hastings.
"Get a life," said Monroe. "And respect people's work."
It cost Monroe $500 to replace the broken window at her bakery.
Police are trying to link the four to break-ins reported at Dam Good Pies on Cantrell, McDonalds, Papa Johns, Boulevard Bread Company off of Kavanaugh Blvd., the Shell Station in the Heights, and at least 25 other businesses.